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Giveaway: Win a Kershaw Bareknuckle and Accessories Kit!

Update: Congrats to Andrew K., winner of this giveaway! Thanks to everyone who participated, and stay tuned for more chances to win gear here on Everyday Carry.

Who else loves free EDC gear? This week, we're hooking up one lucky reader with a sleek, lightweight Kershaw knife inspired by a classic, heavyweight design. The Kershaw Bareknuckle in a new Olive & BlackWash colorway puts together the best parts of the Zero Tolerance 0777 it's based on and Kershaw's user-friendly features, giving you a made-in-the-USA knife with a storied past and solid performance to last. It's your chance to win one—along with a nice set of functional gear and accessories—with this giveaway, brought to you by our sponsor, Kershaw.

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Kershaw Cinder Copper

Putting together utility, collectibility, and affordability in a compact package that's designed to be carried easily is a winning formula for EDC. Fortunately, Kershaw is no stranger to high-value knives with a low cost of entry. With their new Cinder Copper, they've teamed up with custom knifemaker Rick Hinderer to design the ultimate utility knife. With practical features, touches of Hinderer's bold design language, and an exotic copper accent that only gets better with age, the Cinder is an all-around performer that makes short work of everyday tasks.

Even with just 4” of overall length to work with, Kershaw and Hinderer made sure to make the most out of the Cinder's space. The knife's curves and tight shape are designed to give you a comfortable 3-finger grip that feels good even when choking up for harder cuts. The curved spine on the 1.4” 3Cr13 blade offers a platform for your thumb, while a bottom curve between tang and handle acts as a large finger choil for better purchase. An upswept sheepsfoot shape makes the most of the blade's limited belly, working well with the overall knife shape. And while not ambidextrous, one-handed opening is still possible with a thumb stud on the medial side of the blade.

As its name suggests, the Cinder Copper's key feature is its eye-catching copper handles. It gives a three-fold benefit of displaying the handles' geometric pattern, giving a glimpse and access into the skeletonized liner lock by way of a large cutout, as well as developing a patina unique to the knife's user over time. And while the use of copper seems like it would add a bit of weight, the Cinder only still clocks in at 0.9 ounces. This makes it ideal for its purpose as a keychain utility knife, especially with a backspacer that houses both the Cinder's keychain ring as well as a bottle opener along the top for added functionality.

Kershaw and Hinderer sought to make the ultimate keychain utility knife with the Cinder Copper, and thanks to its solid features, exotic accents, and affordable price, it's hard to disagree. Pick up the Kershaw Cinder Copper from Amazon at the link below.

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Kershaw Seguin

Sometimes you can take one look at a knife and know it can do some serious work. We're talking about the kind of knife that looks like it can do more than cut open the occasional package in the mail (or for some of us, much more than occasional…). Something with enough heft to get big jobs done, but still entirely pocketable to be your daily driver. The new Kershaw Seguin is one of those knives. This Les George collaboration sports a beefy design with a versatile blade to boot, featuring the kind of ergonomics that make even the toughest tasks feel a bit easier.

The solid build of the Seguin (that's pronounced Seh-geen, by the way) starts with its full-sized 4.25” stainless steel handle. Its length, mixed with the ergonomic contours, lets you get a firm grasp for full control over your work. And unlike most knives that have metal handles, the Seguin enjoys an aggressive machine-etched texturing on the top, bottom, and sides of the blade that make this knife easy to grasp even when things get slippery. The business end of the knife is impressive as well, with a modified clip-point shape making the Seguin reminiscent of a pocket folding Bowie knife. Fitting, since the namesake of the Seguin was a hero of the Texas Revolution.

The 3.1” 8Cr13MoV blade has everything you need, from a solid point for piercing, a curved belly extending to the tip for slicing, and a straight edge for rope and other utility tasks. To match the stainless aesthetic of the handle, the blade is treated with a PVD coating, which also increases its hardiness against the corrosive elements. The large index flipper tab and SpeedSafe assist makes opening the blade an easy one-handed motion. There's added jimping on the index flipper for control that doubles as a finger guard in the open position. And because there's a frame lock in a handle, you can be certain the blade won't close up on you accidentally while you work.

Once you're done with the Kershaw Seguin, close it up and let it disappear into your pockets with the single-position deep-carry tip, a welcome addition to a pocketknife of this size. With how versatile it is, you'll appreciate the build quality as you'll find yourself using it again and again as part of your everyday carry. Pick one up at the link below.

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More New Gear from SHOT Show 2019

Last week we rounded up the standout new gear from this year's SHOT Show, the largest annual trade show for the tactical, hunting, and outdoor industries. And while we did find some exciting new upcoming releases, there’s a lot of new gear from our favorite EDC manufacturers to look forward to. In this list, we round up the 2019 catalogs of our favorite brands and talk about the new designs and directions to expect from them this year.

Kershaw Bareknuckle

Iconic gear often comes with a story, and the Kershaw Bareknuckle comes with a good one. Inspired by the original Zero Tolerance 0777, the Bareknuckle takes the original acclaimed design and gives it a sleeker, lightweight profile with excellent materials and a price that won't break the bank. It puts together the best parts of the 0777 and Kershaw's user-friendly features, giving you a made-in-the-USA knife with a storied past and solid performance to last.

Just like the original, the Bareknuckle's 3.5” blade is a beast. Made from Sandvik 14C28N, the steel was developed as a partnership between Kershaw and Sandvik to produce a high-performance, high-resistance steel that can be hardened to 58-60 Rockwell. This gives it a considerably longer edge longevity compared to most steels, which comes in handy as a blade designed for cutting with its long, sweeping belly in a modified, upswept sheepsfoot shape. Deployment comes from a manual flipper tab, utilizing Kershaw's KVT ball-bearing system and rotating on an eye-catching, oversized pivot.

The Bareknuckle's anodized aluminum handles sports its second key feature—Kershaw's Sub-Frame lock. One side of the handles is fitted with a steel plate integral to the frame that moves behind the blade to lock it into position during use. It allows for an extremely secure lock while maintaining a light weight; crucial for larger knives like the Bareknuckle so they don't weigh you down as an EDC blade. A reversible, deep-carry clip rounds out the knife's handles, ensuring ambidextrous carry and use for any cutting task.

The Bareknuckle carries with it a legendary history, but it's more than ready to carve out its own. Pick up Kershaw's new high-performance, made in the USA EDC knife at the link below.

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Kershaw Flythrough

There's more to a knife than a blade, some handles, and a few screws to hold it all together. It's how those pieces all come together that makes a design unique, and for many EDCers, something closer to a functional piece of art than just a tool. That's especially true for Kershaw, who works with esteemed knife designers to bring their designs to production at accessible prices. The new RJ Martin-designed Flythrough is an excellent example of this with its unique “See-Through Pivot” as the centerpiece. But that's not all—the Flythrough is chock-full of the practical features you'd expect from Kershaw in an everyday carry knife.

When you pick up the Flythrough, you'll immediately notice the heft and ergonomics of the sculpted steel handles that provide a firm, comfortable grip. A quick flick of the rear flipper tab on the Flythrough deploys the blade with ease, making the most of Kershaw's KVT bearing system and RJ Martin's visually striking see-through pivot. A deep cutout on the spine of the blade combined with generous jimping gives you more control to make precision slicing and cuts even easier. At 3 inches, the 8Cr13MoV blade is sized right for everyday utility. It can handle tough tasks thanks to its sturdy frame lock. A cutout in the handle lets you see into the knife, exposing the lockup point between the tang and frame lock for added visual effect. Other details like a deep carry pocket clip and a matching blacked out blade keep this knife low profile.

The Flythrough is available in an all-black finish for just over sixty dollars. Kershaw is also offering a specialized tool to adjust the see-through pivot of the knife. You can tighten or loosen the pivot to dial in your preferred action. The Flythrough has an overall discreet presence that can fly under the radar, until you get a look at its unique design cues up close. Check it out in all its detail at the link below.

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Kershaw Concierge

There's nothing wrong with having statement pieces in your EDC, but there's a good chance you wouldn't want it to be your knife. With that said, you can still carry a discreet knife with eye-catching details from every angle. Kershaw teamed up with knife designer Dmitry Sinkevich to put his sleek, minimalist spin on the new Concierge. It has practical EDC features with modern gent's knife styling and subtle design cues you'll appreciate when you take a closer look.

Immediately upon handling the knife, you’ll notice the unique look and feel of its machined G10 handles. It offers the same light weight and grip you expect from a modern material like G10, but it also sports a woodgrain-like pattern you'd find on traditional knives. Since the Concierge features a secure liner lock mechanism, it allows for both sides of the handle to make the most of the machined G10 material. Instead of simply bolting a pocket knife to one side, Sinkevich-designed a unique inlaid pocket clip. This feature is easy to appreciate especially when using the knife. Since the clip is nearly flush with the scales, the clip stays completely out of the way allowing for a firm and comfortable grip. To add some extra grip, there’s a beefy jimped back spacer too.

The blade itself measures in at a reasonable 3.25” and features a sleek gray carbo-nitride coating on top of the 8Cr13MoV base steel. It deploys via a flipper mechanism that uses Kershaw’s KVT ball bearing system. A light press on the flipper lever, and the blade effortlessly opens with a single hand. Instead of an exposed screw, there’s a custom cap on the pivot that adds to the overall sleek appearance of the knife. The blade is a modified drop point with a gentle swedge on the top. The shape is quite versatile, ideal for slicing, cutting, and piercing tasks.

If you’re looking for a new EDC blade that’s easy to use, quick to deploy, and comfortable to carry, the Concierge is an excellent option. At just under 60 bucks, we believe it’s a tremendous value as well. You can add one to your collection at the link below!

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Kershaw Leek

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Elegant knife with Speed Safe ambidextrous assisted opening systemLets user smoothly and easily deploy the blade with one hand, either left or rightIdeal for hunting, fishing, or...

Kershaw Blur

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Folding knife features Speed Safe assisted opening designComes with a removable/reversible pocket clip3 3/8-inch 440A Stainless Steel blade with Tungsten DLC black coatingAnodized...

Kershaw Skyline

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Stonewash finish Sandvik 14C28N stainless drop point blade with dual thumb studs and flipper. Textured black G-10 handles.

Kershaw Ken Onion Chive Pocket Knife with Speed Safe

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Features Ken Onion's Speed Safe assisted opening design
Blade is made of 420HC stainless steel for good edge retention and toughness
Blade measures 1-15/16 inches (4.9...

Kershaw 1555G10 Cryo G10

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SpeedSafe assisted opening Frame lock, lock bar stabilizer; Flipper, thumbstud

Kershaw 1555BW Cryo Folding Knife with Blackwash SpeedSafe

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SpeedSafe assisted opening; Frame lock, lockbar stabilizer
Flipper and thumbstud; Four position deep-carry pocketclip (tip-up/down, left/right)
Stainless steel blade,...

Kershaw 1830 OSO

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Handle with a distinctive "scales" pattern
Features high-quality stainless-steel for toughness and edge retention, and SpeedSafe
Handle is made of black injection-molded...

Kershaw Brawler

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Kershaw Knives 1990 Brawler (1990)
Manufacturer: Kershaw Knives, Model: 1990...

Kershaw CQC-7K

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Designed by Emerson, built by Kershaw
Thumb disk; waved shaped opening feature
Manual opening; Frame lock; Reversible pocketclip
Steel: 8Cr13MoV, stonewashed and...

Kershaw Select Fire Multitool Knife

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a one hand opening knife with bit driver, holds 4 standard bits

Kershaw Scallion

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Made in the USA; Speed Safe assisted opening; Liner lock; Single-position pocket clip Steel: 420HC, bead-blasted finish

Kershaw 1620 Ken Onion Scallion Folding Knife with SpeedSafe

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Folding knife with high-carbon 420HC stainless-steel bladeSpeedSafe ambidextrous assisted opening system for easy 1-handed openingSecure liner lock keeps blade securely in place...

Kershaw Knockout

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Steel: Sandvik 14C28N, Stonewashed finish Handle: Aluminum scales Blade Length: 3 1/4 inches; Closed Length: 4 5/8 inches

Kershaw Crown

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Steel: 8CR13MOV, satin finish Handle: Satin-finish steel, polished Micarta Liner Lock: Locks the blade open during use Manual open with thumbstud; Single-position pocketclip Blade Length: 3-1/4 inches; Closed Length: 4-1/4 inches; Overall Length: 7-1/

Kershaw Kuro 1835TBLKST

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Steel: 8Cr13MoV, Black oxide coating; Partial two step serration Handle: Glass-filled nylon Blade Length: 3 1/8 inches; Handle Length: 4 1/8 inches

Kershaw Thermite

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Speed Safe assisted opening; Frame lock with lock bar stabilizer; Flipper and thumb stud; Quad-carry; deep-carry
Steel: 8Cr13MoV, stonewashed finish
Handle: Machined...